This place is light and cheerful. Excellent Stumptown coffee and friendly Baristas. Free wifi and comfortable seating and a little cafe just down the hallway.
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Spacious, quiet for the size, pleasant and efficient staff, quality coffee and baked goods, not too easy to locate without electronic assistance. Each visit has been okay, try to avoid when church is emptied though. Positive overall.
The coffeehouse is relatively new for Salem. The cafe is in an open area of an office building, it feels like its in the Foyer. The walls are all glass so the view is very good on three sides. The cafe is run by a...More
It's location, and atmosphere is good. The coffee is solid but the teas I tried were lacking. All in all it was good place to meet with friends or study. There is plenty of seating and it's well lit.
This coffee shop has great tasting coffee, but a very poor selection of snacks or pastries. Whether I arrive in the morning, mid afternoon or evening, there are no cookies or treats to go with your coffee. Because of the lack of nearby food, they...More
Hi Judy! Thanks for your feedback. I'm sorry that we didn't have any pastries when you came to visit. It's so unpredictable when we will sell out of pastries on any given day, but we do order a full selection on the days when Great...More
On busy days (most) patience is rewarded with fussy and artistic barista fashioning of delicious coffee and tea drinks. Large open area inside with plenty seating. When the weather permits, wall doors are opened for outside seating that is not sheltered from the traffic out...More
Not far north of Salem's downtown area, the Broadway Coffeehouse is easily reached by car and there is plenty of free street parking in the area. The service here is friendly and efficient, and the coffee is first rate, as are the various cookies, scones,...More